Found a supply of crayons
stripped the broken ones for art projects
much more difficult than shelling beans.
and placed the unbroken ones
in a note card file box.
I remember saving the shavings when you sharpened a crayon. You could make a picture and iron it between two pieces of waxed paper. As the crayons melted it became even more magical. Crayons can also be used when making a tie dyed shirt, where the crayon is ironed on, no dye will be absorbed. I've noticed this year they have a machine called Melt N Mold. Why didn't I think of that? Just in case Santa brings me one, I have my broken pieces ready. If not, I will find a use for them.